6/19/2013

A recent bill in Florida would allow students to take as many Advanced Placement courses as they could manage. However, district superintendents have appealed to the state's board of education, saying the change is likely to cost districts millions of dollars, with one estimate of between $40 million and $60 million annually. Pinellas Schools Superintendent Michael Grego said he was exploring cost-sharing arrangements with a local college.

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